Asia

Seoul, South Korea

With a population of more than 11.8 million, the capital city of South Korea, Seoul is the largest city in South Korea and the cultural and financial epicenter of the East Asia. It features a fascinating mix of digital technology and ancient traditions, its home to endless night life districts and food vendors.

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Delhi, India

Delhi is the capital city of India and is a leading world class city with sound strengths in commerce, arts, entertainment, education, healthcare, fashion, finance, professional services, media, research and development, transport and tourism alongside other factors that contribute to the prominence of this great city.

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Tianjin, China

Located in northern parts of China, Tianjin is one of the metropolis cities in the country and it is a national central city of the republic of China. Tianjin is a major tourist destination city in China and has a lot to offer to the thousands of visitors who stream in to the city year after year.

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Karachi, Pakistan

Karachi is the financial capital and largest Pakistan city. Currently, the city has an estimated population of 18 million people and with millions pouring into the city each year; Karachi is notably one of the fastest growing cities today in the world.

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Shanghai, China

Shanghai is the most populous and biggest city in China comprising of various districts containing a wide selection of sightseeing opportunities, accommodation selections, great restaurants and a memorable nightlife experience. Shanghai is a great cultural center in China in addition to being the economic and trading hub of China.

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Mumbai, India

Previously known as Bombay, Mumbai, India is a huge city in the country, currently being the capital of the state of Maharashtra. Being the largest Indian city, Mumbai is the commercial center of India and is a predominant port city in the country.

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Yerevan, Armenia

While there is no doubt that Yerevan is the political, economic and cultural heart of Armenia, there are times when a visit to the city gives you a feeling like you are on a permanent holiday here. At the central core, the city boasts of some lovely Russian edifices of the 19th century in addition to the parkland rings and unique brick squares.

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Bangkok, Thailand

Known worldwide for its reputation for fun, hospitality, adventure and its exciting nightlife Bangkok, the capital of Thailand is located at the mouth of the Chao Phraya River where it enters the Gulf of Thailand.

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Mongolia

Mongolia is an Eastern Asian state located next to China and Russia. It has no shore outlet to the sea so it is landlocked. Mongolia is popular for having longest period of sunshine (more than 230 days) hence earning the nickname of ‘Land of Blue Skies’.

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Kuwait

Kuwait is a desert country with few oases here and there. It is a Middle Eastern state located at the Persian Gulf, and neighbored by Iraq and Saudi Arabia. The Kuwait people speak the Arabic language but English is also applied in the educational sectors.

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